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Child Care Unions Face Strong Opposition [AUDIO]

After a long-spirited debate in the State Senate and a razor-thin vote in the House, day care and home care providers can now unionize in Minnesota. However, this news isn't being met with great celebration by everyone within the industry.

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DT Cleanup
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Volunteers Cleanup Downtown St. Cloud [AUDIO]

Around 50 volunteers are picking up trash Thursday from sidewalks and roadways to prepare for the Summer season. The effort is looking to help promote business in downtown St. Cloud.

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Job Fair
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Group Gives Welfare Recipients A Leg Up [AUDIO]

A local non-profit organization is helping to get people off of public assistance programs and into full-time jobs.

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Godfathers
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Godfather’s Pizza Closes Its Doors

Godfather's Pizza closed its doors today after serving the St. Cloud community for 35 years.

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Beer Tax Would Have Local Impact [AUDIO]

Lawmakers in St. Paul are working to finalize the next two-year budget. A possible hike in the alcohol excise tax is still being considered that could raise prices at area bars and liquor stores.

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Bait Shop
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Anglers Prepare for Fishing Opener [AUDIO]

Area anglers are preparing for Saturday's fishing season opener. Bait Shops are seeing an increase of business, despite a chilly weather forecast.

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Yoga
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Yoga Studio Opens in St. Cloud

St. Cloud is home to a new yoga studio. Yoga For Life opened April 22nd at 1232 32nd Ave North.

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Business Members Meet With St. Cloud Police

Members of the St. Cloud business community met with police officials to hear about efforts to keep the area safe.

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National Effort Aims to Teach Kids How to Save [AUDIO]

Kids are learning important money lessons today as part of National Teach Children to Save Day.

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Survey Shows Growing Popularity Among Farmers’ Markets [AUDIO]

A new survey is showing an increasing popularity among farmers' markets around the state.

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